Fathul Wahid

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In general, developing countries are lagging behind in egovernment adoption compared to developed countries. Within Indonesia, there is a huge disparity in egovernment implementation between districts. This study presents e-government challenges and the role of political leadership in the rural district of Sragen, one of the leading districts in(More)
This paper reports a review of literature on eGovernment in the context of developing countries published between 2005 and 2010. The insights emerging from this review may guide researchers in their continued investigation of eGovernment implementation, especially in the context of developing countries. From a review of 108 papers, the study found some(More)
The paper proposes an analytical framework to explain history of eGovernment implementation over a certain period of time in the context of developing countries. The framework is built upon General Systems Theory (GST) and Institutional Theory enriched with literature from organizational changes, and information systems/e-Government implementation. Three(More)
Corruption is arguably one of the main hindrances to development. In their effort to combat corruption, governments in developing countries turn to information technology to enhance transparency in decision making. However, implementation of an information system in this context is not straightforward. Premised upon institutional theory, this interpretive(More)
This study aims to examine factors affecting adoption of e-procurement in public sector with special reference to Indonesian context. The Perceived Characteristics of Innovating defined by Moore and Benbasat [1] used as the framework. Based on a survey to 87 contractors/suppliers in the city of Yogyakarta, the study finds that only trialability that affects(More)
This paper reports a literature review of eGovernment research in developing countries published between 2005 and 2010. From a review of 108 papers, the present study found that the papers could be mapped into five main research themes: design/implementation, adoption, impact, evaluation, and context. For each main theme, several sub-themes were identified.(More)
The lack of accurate information about land and land ownership is a major challenge for developing countries. Despite the important role of information systems (IS) in overcoming such weaknesses, the research area of land information systems has been scattered within IS, as well as within the area of information and communication technologies for(More)